TCA (trichloroacetic acid) peel is perfect for persons who have uneven skin pigmentation, wrinkles or facial blemishes. TCA also treats sun damaged, dry, flaky skin and dark spots. TCA peels have been found effective and approved by the FDA for treatment of various skin disorders like scarring, warts, sun damaged skin, warts, skin pigmentation problems, wrinkles, fine lines, crows feet around the eyes,all ranges of acne, and much more. TCA peels have been found to be one of the most effective skin care treatments available and for in home use. TCA peels used to be only an in office treatment offered by doctors, dermatologists and plastic surgeons at hundreds of dollars per application. Now, TCA peels can be purchased at a great savings for in home use. It's no wonder as they can actually cure bad and mild cases of acne, reverse the aging process by turning back the clock and making skin look years younger, and remove skin problems like bad pigmentation spots. If you have the following you may not be a suitable candidate for a Peel: If you have black or very dark (Fitz 4-5) brown skin, deep TCA peels can cause irregular pigmentation and scaring. History of sun allergies. Keloid or hyper-trophic scars (thick scars). Sunburn or significant sun exposure. Severe Psoriasis, Eczema, Dermatitis, Rosacea. Infection or disease. Cut or broken skin. Things not to do 48 hours or more before peels: Prescription skin care products. Or products that contain ascorbic acid. Bleaching or skin-lightening agents. Or any other acid products. Accutane use within the past six months. Accutane should not be taken for at least six months after the peel either. Had prior bad reaction to a peel or dermabrasion. Are pregnant or breast-feeding.
Chemical peel, Exfoliating, Sundamage, resurfacing
Pore Reduction, Crows feet removal,
Sun Spots, Age spots, Hyperpigmentation
Acne Reduction and pimple Remover.
TCA Chemical Peels, trichloroacetic acid